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festivities. i did not just get here 20 seconds ago. and jacki schechner look at you. you're fully prepared. you were out until 4:00 a.m. >> you're not supposed to tell people that! i went home with you at 1:00 and wrote my news. >> stephanie: sure, you did. >> exactly what i did. >> not that i was posting on twitter at 4:00 a.m. >> stephanie: i think you saw from the pictures what i was doing. hanging out with the vice president. we'll talk about that a little bit. in the meantime, here she is. it was a big fing deal. here she is, jacki schechner in her current news hovel here on the road. >> at least you got out of captain america's underpants. >> pup tent. >> right now this hour former presidents, house members senators governors cabinet members all start arriving for the inauguration. as do the crowds. the estimates have gotten as high as about 900,000 people at this point. this is minuscule however compared to last inauguration. 1.8 million but of course we're a little more subdued. the first lady will be seated at 11:14. vice president biden seated next then president obama then we ge
, leader pelosi, jackie spear, david chiu. most importantly i think the finest secretary of transportation we have had, and nancy said what he has done for san francisco. i can tell you this is a secretary for california as well. [applause] whether it's riverside county, whether it's los angeles, whether it's the central valley, whether it's the san francisco bay area secretary lahood has been responsible. he's been available for phone calls. he's listened to the reasons for projects and he has moved ahead. would you give him a big round of applause please. [applause] >> well, it's time to say a prayer. it's bottom of the ninth. they have two on and one out, so everybody -- if the giants win this i think they can win the series but they need to win this so let it happen please. i can't tell you how important i feel this project is. i also can't tell you how hard it is to build anything in san francisco, so this project must move ahead. i think commerce depends on it and i think people depend on it. nancy said it very well but let me just say what the ridership is expected to be. w
we get this project done? jackie spear a strong advocate for this project. you have three great champions, and i will also tell you that in working with senator boxer on the transportation bill this project was always at the top of her list. [applause] so i am delighted to be here. i don't know of another place i would rather be, and i know that all of you are so thrilled with the opportunity that this will create. every one of you sitting out there deserves credit. you've all played a role in this in some way or another. this is not about you. it's about the people. it's also about the next generation of transportation for the next generation for san francisco. that's what this is about. this is your vision. it's a clear vision, and so i am delighted, and very proud to announce today $942 million to the san francisco -- [applause] for the san francisco mta to extend the central subway light rail system from the downtown business district to chinatown. thousands of people will be enabled with good transportation as a result of this project. now, i have a long speech here b
. >> reporter: i'm jackie bensen. on the national mall. the streets of the district are alive with visitors, even at this hour. i'll have that story coming up. >>> plus, gun shows in it three states. what happened at all three shows that sent people to the hospital? >>> president obama is pledging support tonight for algeria after an attack on a natural gas complex. algerian special forces stormed the facility again today, bringing a bloody end to the four-day standoff. algeria says all 32 islamic militants were killed, but so were at least 23 hostages, 7 of them in today's raid. some foreign workers are still unaccounted for, and at least one american is among the dead. >>> five people accidentally shot at three separate gun shows today. the first incident happened in ohio. police say a dealer accidentally pulled the trigger of his semi automatic handgun and hit his friend in the arm and leg. the victim's injuries weren't serious. in north carolina, a man accidentally fired his shotgun while unzipping its case. two people were hit and taken to the hospital. and in indiana, a man shot himse
the harbaughs, jack and jackie, the parents. >> it's a family affair there. what great folks they seem to be. >> they're wonderful parents. we wereoç cap ti vaited just listening to them. super bowl sunday, jim and john will square off on opposing side lines and jack and jackie probably going to be nervous wrecks. we add a chance to spend time with the parents and they're tremendous. >> they're going to ask us how we feel. jackie? who has it wetter than us? nobody! >> and with family saying, jack and jackie harbaugh conducted a hilarious news conference. >> we're not creative. to secret of family success. >> jackie harbaugh is the rofk our family. she's one that moved us 17 times in a 43 year coaching career. >> this is the family business. it didn't thrill mom when john decided to pass on a law career for foonl football. >> i'm embellishing this story. >> what? y the most talked about football this week in fact getting any information out of jim can be challenging, even for dad. two yearsing ao, jim was reluctant to tell his naerj 49ers were drafting comin3çby kaepernick. >> which is is
the corner. janck and jackie will be sweating it be-- jack and jackie will be sweating it out on superbowl sunday. >> on sunday night, we will be experiencing those great emotions. our thoughts will be with those -- with the one who comes up short. >> they have made a promise to enjoy the game. jackie says there is no way she will not be nervous. natalie will be in baltimore tomorrow morning for a ravens rally. we want you to show off your purple pride as we compete with the rally on the west coast led by al roker. that is tomorrow morning from 5:00 a.m. until 7:00 a.m. visit the ravens broadcasting section on our web site, wbaltv.com. you will see the super bowl through the eyes of our reporter. still to come on 11 news at noon, i will talk to deborah noon, i will talk to deborah norvilleht >> now your insta-weather forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> what a difference a day makes. the skies opened up to the north and the west of the city. we have plenty of sunshine and scattered clouds. there is a lot of cloudiness and colder air trying to cross the mountains. most of the snow i
itself is safe and secure. >> on the lighter side, the harbaugh parents, jack and jackie, met the media. on sunday they will watch their sons, john and jim, squaring off in super bowl xlvii. it is the 49ers against the ravens. we have a sample from what was a very entertaining news conference today. >> they are going to ask us how we feel on this historic event. jackie, who has it better than us? nobody. >> loose lips sink ships. they both have subscribed to that philosophy. no one talks to anyone. >> am i talking too much? we are so excited for john and jim to be in this situation. >> there is going to be one winner, and there is going to be one that is going to be totally disappointed. my thoughts go to that one that will not experience the thrill of victory. >> the 49ers score are you rooting for the ravens to tie it up and vice-versa? they can't play in an endless tie. >> i think the nfl changed that rule. if it ends in a tie it will be a tie. >> this is a fantastic, fantastic experience. really no one has it better than us. >> they are right. nobody has it better than jack and jack
, the harbaugh parents, jack and jackie, met the media. on sunday they will watch their sons, john and jim, squaring off in super bowl xlvii. it is the 49ers against the ravens. we have a sample from what was a very entertaining news conference today. >> they are going to ask us how we feel on this historic event. jackie, who has it better than us? nobody. >> loose lips sink ships. they both have subscribed to that philosophy. no one talks to anyone. >> am i talking too much? we are so excited for john and jim to be in this situation. >> there is going to be one winner, and there is going to be one that is going to be totally disappointed. my thoughts go to that one that will not experience the thrill of victory. >> the 49ers score are you rooting for the ravens to tie it up and vice-versa? they can't play in an endless tie. >> i think the nfl changed that rule. if it ends in a tie it will be a tie. >> this is a fantastic, fantastic experience. really no one has it better than us. >> they are right. nobody has it better than jack and jackie who have been married an amazing 51 years. they a
: i'm jackie benson with so many inauguration visitors in town, there is concern about a homicide here in a well travelled section of georgia avenue. i'll have that story coming up. >> and we'll introduce you to two very special service members getting ready to >>> sad day for baseball fans, especially in baltimore. earl weaver died last night. jason pugh is here now with more on quite a character. >> yeah, this was a great man. not only on the field but also off the field. one of the legends of the sport. when you talk about the name earl weaver, everyone around the baseball world knew you were talking about one of the best managers in the big leagues. today the hall of famer passed away at the age of 82. weaver was known throughout baltimore as the duke of earl. he was also a baseball legend, assuming 1,480 wins throughout his career. he was a three time manager of the year. he managed the orioles for 17 years. he took the organization to the world series four times, winning the fall classic in 1970. he was inducted to the baseball hall of fame in 1996 and was known throughout the sp
are their proud parents jack and jackie. we spoke with them today in what i'm liking to call the jack and jackie show. they entertained us for 45 minutes with stories and anecdotes of their young sons and families and pretty much why they're so proud. >> i guarantee the only real fights that i know, that i listened and followed that great coach doight perry was at marry wisely park. jackie harbaugh is the rock of our family. she took them in and out of school and went to school when things didn't go well. this is my hero right here, jackie harbaugh. [ applause ] >> reporter: it was a beautiful moment wednesday afternoon witnessed by the largest amount of media we've seen all week here in new orleans, a not to be missed interview with jack and jackie harbaugh, parents gleaming with pride that their two sons john and jim are facing off on football's largest stage. >> so thrilling to know that your children are two -- john and jim and then joni as a coach's wife have chosen to do what you have done for 43 years of your life. this experience is by far so great, big, big stage, but it's just another
are no different. >> jack and jackie took center stage today. larry beil was there, and he shared family stories with, and talked about how jim harbaugh zeroed in on collin paepernick. >> i've covered a lot of news conferences. i can't remember one as touching or entertaining. they shared many great family stories, and their love is so strongé?;h and so apparent. if super bowl 47 is as much fun as the parents, then we're in for a treat. >> they're going to ask us how we feel on this event. jackie? who has it better than us? nobody! >> and with the family signature saying, jack and jackie harbaugh conducted a hilarious news conference including why the names all start with j. >> no. we're not very creative. >> to the secret of the family success. >> jackie is is the foundation and rock of the family. she's the one that moved us 17 times in 43 year coaching career. >> jack coached college football 43 years so, this is the family business. it didn't thrill mom, when john decided to pass on a law career for football. >> i'm embellishing this story. jackie went face down into mashed potatoes and sai
headlines jack and jackie harbaugh, the most talked about parents in america. comcast sport net's david feldman talked to them exclusively. >> everyone wants to talk to jack and jackie harbaugh. and i had the chance to do just that earlier today. >> jack, when you were driving them around in the back seat, and you would look around and say i don't care what we're doing, whose got it better than us, john told me was a little ticked he brought that to the niners. >> the complete interview with the parents of jim and john harbaugh, coming up in sports. >> all right, dave. we'll catch up with him in about 15 minutes. stay with nbc bay area for complete super bowl coverage. we have the largest team of bay area photographers and reporters in new orleans, bringing you updated stories both on air and on line at nbcbayarea.com. >>> is $1 million enough? it's a record fine. cal osha says chevron should pay $1 million for the richmond refinery fire in october. but chevron plans to appeal. nbc bay area's terry mcsweeney is in richmond this evening with the new details. terry? >> reporter: yeah, goo
of sunshine. this is a shot provided by jackie jackie sissel. you see the bay bridge in the background. we do have some clouds out there but the visibility is clear. and in terms of those numbers not that cold. mid 40's. 40's and san jose. upper 30's, and in concord but we do have some 30's in the north bay. as we go for this afternoon it looks like temperatures are going to be pretty similar. milpitas. with 54 degrees in campbell. and as we turned our attention to the east bay. slightly cooler conditions pittsburgh, antioch. only the lower 40's. hayward, some cooler temperatures also. oakland, it looks like we will see 53 degrees. the satellite & radar. with high pressure in control with high clouds in the distance. beginning with this freeze warnings for the north bay valleys. with this of our marine. and that is also where recruits to the frost for the san francisco bay. temperatures will only be in the upper 20s, mid-20s. and i can see the potential for icy when chilled. black ice, certainly, keep that in mind. as we go towards tomorrow morning. for the sierras, there are no tire chain la
con jackie en los Ángeles, para saber quÉ depara la madre naturaleza hoy, y lo que resta de la semana. jackie hora. >>> hola jackie. >>> gracias bÁrbara, pamela amigos, buenas tardes. ya miÉrcoles, mitad de semana, vamos haciendo planes para el fin de semana, vienen cambios, especialmente para ustedes en el noreste, donde las temperaturas estuvieron frÍas, y al mismo tiempo todo el sureste lidia con la fuerte tormenta, como podemos observar se desplaza del golfo de mÉxico para todo el sureste y noreste, un sistema frontal que al mismo tiempo genera actividad de fuertes lluvias, tenemos justamente actividad de condiciones heladas, varias pulgadas en el noreste del paÍs, y para el dÍa de maÑana estamos hablando que se repite mÁs de lo mismo, la tormenta que sienten el dÍa de hoy, en el noreste va abandonando a a aguas del atlÁntico, dandole paso a otro centro de baja presiÓn, que generarÁ pulgadas de nieve en carolinas, en porciones de tennessee, hasta el sureste de nueva jersey, mÁs bien es el apanorama para el miÉrcoles, tenemos en el centro del paÍs, condiciones establ
survivor herself and by jackie hilly. thank you both so much. honor to have you with us tonight. jackie, how did you get involved in gun issues? >> i came about it from a public health approach to gun violence because i had worked with the children's organization and been introduced to david hemingway who has been really the guru on the public health approach to gun violence and it made sense to me because really gun violence is a public health concern when 30,000 people are dying every year consistently year after year, it is a major public health problem. >> john: kim, was it your encounter with real gun violence that led you down the route to be an activist? >> yes. i was a victim of gun violence in 1999. i lost a dear friend. >> john: please explain what happened. >> we were in atlanta. we were going out on a date. columbine had just happened. he was a schoolteacher. and we talked all night about columbine. how not to let this happen again. we were devastated. then we went to a show and we were robbed. he was killed and i was shot. i survived. and since then, i've always wanted to d
ever said to bill for like nine years now. good morning jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> stephanie: who is the prettiest lobster in the tank this morning? >> i am. i'm the little girl in the news bubble. >> stephanie: what is the first thing i said to you this morning? >> i don't remember. >> stephanie: i said i need to go directly to rehab. oh, boy, do we have stories from yesterday. >> i was impressed with you, you rallied. i did not move from my bed after like 5:00 last night. >> stephanie: that's right. where is my gown! okay. jacki schechner in the meantime you know why because she was preparing this for you. >> i was. >> stephanie: and here she is much more responsible than i. >> good morning, everybody. president obama the first to mention gay rights in his address >> >> stephanie: yahoo! >> that's all right. and the celebrate ory continued last night at the ball. advocates want to make sure they extend equal benefits to same-sex spousing. so far president obama has declined to sign an executive order banning federal contractors from discriminating against
picture kron fours jackie sissel giving us a live look. >> where are you jackie?. i am right by the toll plaza. you get a sense of how dense the fog is you can barely make out the far end of the toll plaza. erica talk about the fog advisers in the east bay inland valleys that is in effect until 9:00 a.m.. we are about 15-20 minutes away from sunrise. it is interesting to see what it will look like once the sun comes up. visibility is about a quarter of a mile out here. >> very good jackie. we hope that burns off sooner rather than later. >> we are also following the story the vessel that slammed into the bay bridge as it was on its way out to sea remains in the san francisco bay as the and investigation into what caused the crash continues. kron fours will tran is on treasure island is morning in tells us what is going to happen. >> they have ruled out any mechanical damage they look at the instrument and say the instrument of your fine. visibility was a little foggy at the time of the collision. they say that should not have been a problem. here is video from the sky 7 hd you can see
is jackie, an 18-year veteran who told us she's hoping something works out before time runs out. and it is running out for them and 12 others who still haven't found other jobs in the district. as the bridge moves ever closer to an all-electronic toll collection system. today testing of that technology got underway. >> we're doing all the functionality testing now. we have a 60-day period. we have to make sure license plates are reading collectly, that the new accounts are functioning correctly. that the computers in the plaza are talking correctly to the computers at the customer service center. >> reporter: instead of toll takers like jackie the district is now going to depend on cameras. like this one, cameras that will record the license plates of every vehicle that crosses the bridge. the new system will use fast track and invoices. if you don't have fast track you can register your plates, put in a credit card and just pay as you go. or don't do anything, just cross the bridge and the district will track you down through your license plate. >> tolling is going electronic,
members of the family took center stage. >> jackie harbaugh, she is the rock of our family. she's the one that moved us 17 times in a 43-year coaching career. she sold houses at every stop, bought houses at every stop. she took them into school and out of school. she went to school when things didn't go well. but this is our -- this is my hero right here, jackie harbaugh. and one other thing we'd like to say! you're going to ask us how we feel on this historic event. jackie, who has it better than us? nobody! >> it was not all fun and games today. the 49ers were in damage- control mode after cornerback chris culliver made several homophobic remarks on media day. >> i don't do the gay guys no, i don't do that. don't got no gay guys on the team. can't be with that sweet stuff. >> reporter: chris culliver issued an apology tonight. quote, it has taken me seeing it in print to realize the comments are ugly. >> we're not letting it bother us too much. it doesn't really change our perspective on the niners or the upcoming big game. we t
searching for answers. jackie benson is in adams morgan with the latest. >> reporter: michael's family and buddies from his days in high school. gathered here in a small army in adams morgan. they're out there looking for information as to where he is. because michael poe talked about taking a taxi to college park where he left his car that evening. the searchers handed out flayers to cab drivers. family members spent the afternoon taping the fliers all over adams morgan. feature a photo of the red haired graduate, 5'11." last seen 12:30 a.m., january 1, after celebrating new year's eve with a group of 20 friends at shenanigan's i rrish pub on 18t. about 2:30. poe made a phone cull all to a friend indicating he stopped at a bar. then nothing. >> the most important thing to me right now. it is unbelievable the emptiness that we feel, my wife and i both. this is the town of poolsville. and surrounding people. >> among the searcher, a group of michael's long time friend. >> well are extremely concerned. this isn't what michael does. michael has tons of friend. he is -- not one to venture
and the crowd surges against the police and the car has to go slower and slower. when jackie waves they surge even more enthusiastically to the car. suddenly they are out of the main area and they turn into a sort of empty area, a grassy plaza and as they do, there is a shark cracking sound, people fought with a firecracker, backfire of a motorcycle but john connolly knows what it is. rufus yarborough did know in the instant. he hears the noise and in his report, there it is typed up, statement of rufus w. young blood, chief concerning details events occurring in dallas, texas on november 22nd and it is in his testimony before the warren commission. he knows what it is, he looks up and in kennedy's car which is two cars ahead, he sees what he calls in his report not normal movements. the president appears to be tilting to the left. we know now the poignant tragic reason that kennedy was tilting to the left because although he had been hit by one shot he couldn't fall down because president kennedy has this terribly bad back and he wore a heavy coat and on days like dallas bay where he knew he
conference in new orleans with jack and jackie harbaugh, the parents of the two coaches in the contest. they shared great stories and were entertaining and even at times quite touching. as larry beil explains from new orleans if super bowl xlvii is as much fun as the harbaugh parents were today we are in for a real treat. >> they are going to ask us how we feel on this historic event. jackie, who has the better -- nobody. >> with the family's signature saying, jack and jackie harbaugh conducted a hilarious news conference that included everything from why their kids names all start with the letter j. >> we are not very creative. >> to the secret of their family success. >> jackie harbaugh, she is the foundation of this harbaugh family. she is the rock of our family. the one that moved us 17 times in a 43 year coaching career. >> jack coached college football for 43 years. so this is the family business. it didn't thrill mom when john decided to pass on a law career for football. >> i am embellishing this story a trifle to which jackie went face down into the mashed potatoes and said wh
thursday democratic strategist jahmal simmons from "the new york times" p, jackie collins. welcome all. congressman, i want to start with you. do you care being congressman still? >> former honorable would be just great. >> i never know anybody with congress with the low approval rating. i don't want that title. >> i deny it at every opportunity. >> i want to ask you about this issue of debt ceiling. will you make the debt ceiling folks no matter what it is -- a vote that is a negative? >> well, i don't know yet. i mean -- i don't think it is a debt ceiling debate. i think it is a data debate. republicans have a simple message, do we want more or less debt? we want less, they want more. i think that they have public opinion on their sides. it doesn't matter if they are not going to use the leverage. i'm not convinced well there are some republican leaders that argue dlin is a losing argument important the republicans. but government shutdown and funding the government is a better leverage pull. do you fall into that camp or not? >> well, i think they are linked. i think that's their le
. we have the lovely and talented jacki schechner who is not going to be doing our news breaks but interjecting throughout the entire show. >> cool. >> hal: elbowing us out of the way with facts and figures and a beautiful figure at that i might add. >> i was going to ask which hour i get to hump halibut apparently we get to hump him all three hours. we've all been traveling. >> t-bone, we need some talc in here stat. major chafing on the hump days with hal. chris and jim will be with us. chris will be scrolling through adult sites the entire show as normal. >> get a load of that. whoa! >> hal: now let's go to the news with jacki schechner. on that note. >> good morning. secretary of state clinton will testify today before the senate foreign relations committee about the september 11th attack on our consulate in benghazi that killed cons late chris stevens and three other americans. senator rubio will be among those questioning her. and any exchange between the two could make for an interesting dynamic. senator rubio is among the contenders for a 2016 white house bid. secretary
of 2013. let's check in with jackie. >> it will not be a bad day overall. starting out on the ugly side of things will improve as we progress especially into the afternoon. a bit of cloud cover. just a smidge fof a wintry mix. that will be short-lived. it will be out of here by late morning. temperature wise, not as bad -- not a bad start here. almost everybody above freezing. 32 at it as brick and frigid. 35 at dulles. 38 in washington. highs in the upper 30's and low 40's. we are going to head to traffic. >> good morning. it feels like money mining -- monday morning. no major problems around the region. maryland virginia, and the district. no road work on the beltway. no problems for the entire beltway to report. i-95 -- regina heading north coming out of stafford, what bridge over occoquan, lanes are wide open. heading across the 14th street bridge. back to you. >> thank you. our big story today, a deal has been reached in this fiscal cliff so down. the house gave final approval for a bill late tuesday night. >> president obama thanked congress and asked that future negotiations not
else's fault. >> but we got rude pundit coming up this hour and right now we've got news with jacki schechner. >> i do it all. look at that. good morning everybody. president obama, vice president biden meeting today with law enforcement officials from three communities rocked by gun violence. new tossen police chief michael kehoe along with his counter parts from aurora, colorado and oak creek wisconsin where a gunman killed six people and wounded four others at a sikh temple in august. u.s. attorney general eric holder and homeland security secretary janet napolitano will be sitting in as they have in many of the meetings that vice president biden had been holding along the way. also representatives from the major city's chiefs and major sheriff's associations. s the conversations continue as congress gets ready to start weighing the white house's recommendations for gun control measures and members of both chambers have introduced legislation to ban assault weapons and put limitations on high-capacity magazines. also, the senate judiciary committee is set to hold its first hearin
. woo-hoo! [ applause ] jacki schechner here's the difference between you and jim ward. >> yes? >> stephanie: well, you texted me during the show to see how i was doing. you had concerned questions and all of that. jim said how are you doing? that's because he's concerned he will get the norovirus. >> what i would like to know is that senator barbara boxer is coming on the show in spite of the lunch you had with her? >> stephanie: chris and i got through it with no incident. >> he didn't throw a roll? >> stephanie: no. yeah. jim was like did you go to the doctor? he would have had me sit in rush hour for and i would have to say my cohost is a hypocontree yak so i drove across town so you could tell me i don't have norovirus because all he cares about is him. ever since that ectopic pregnancy went wrong. here she is, jacki schechner my real bff in the current news center. >> good news for the president this morning everybody. his popularity at a three-year high. according to a new poll out from "washington post" abc news, 60% of americans have a favorable opinion of the presiden
a dude. good morning everybody. hi, jacki schechner. >> i was wondering where that raspy, deep voice was coming from. >> it is bea arthur from the grave. >> stephanie: we're not number one but we're up there. jacki schechner, so we're going to hear from the president on gun stuff at what? 11:45 eastern? >> 11:55 but he's always a little late. >> just about time to miss our show. >> stephanie: we'll talk about the nra's new ad. how the president has fancy protection for his children. >> i swear you're sitting on my shoulder as i write my script. >> steph, you stepped on her newscast! [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: i'll be over here just being a dude. here's jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. that's right. the president is going to announce his new gun control proposals today just before noon eastern time. he will be joined by vice president biden who headed up the task force that gathered the information that eventually led to the president's new plan. they will be joined at the white house event by children who wrote letters to the president after the shooting at newtown express
in the shadows. >> i want to bring in "new york times" columnist nick chrisoff and jackie kucinich. is this time different? you were looking at the full screen earlier there. you have a bipartisan group. big hitters in there. schumer, mccain, rubio.menendez. it feels to me as if a month of sundays may have just hit the calendar. the stars are aligning. it does feel different. whether it's going to be enough i don't know. i think republicans have really been sobered by the last election results. i think they feel they have to do something. seeing leadership from people like marco rubio i think really does give a lot of republicans who might have doubts otherwise a real chance to think again. >> the credibility, the aura, the halo that may be needed here. jackie, those eight senators we were showing are putting their bipartisan plan out the day before the president is scheduled to outline his immigration proposal in a speech in las vegas. what are you seeing in the timing? are they trying to triang late? >> it shows momentum on this issue. here's the thing which has been the hitch on a couple diff
. but that's gone. >> jackie, has the president lost his leverage now? >> i don't know about that. i think it's a good thing that biden and mcconnell are still around when you hear that. >> somebody will talk. >> somebody will talk. i think like nia said, there's going to be standoff on this and it going to come right to the edge. but, you know, like the last debt ceiling debate, for a lot of these members of congress, there's nothing scarier than defaulting. so i think when push comes to shove, when you look at wall street and all the things that could happen, if that happens, i think that we'll go downtown line, it will be a lot of drama but something will get done. >> one thing that both sides agree on is to blame the other side. the reason i can't talk to them is because you can't talk to them. robert gibbs this morning was insisting that the president is trying to work with congress to get things done. listen to him. >> certainly he has worked tirelessly to bring democrats and republicans together to try to solve some of these problems and i think you have seen and others have seen that
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it is travel day to dc. and jacki schechner and chris lavoie can confirm that i can not live as an independent orgasm, separate from you -- >> orgasm? >> orgasm? if you can't do the independent orgasm -- >> stephanie: organism. >> here is the i will coordinate your attire but you have to physically pack my bags. because i could be the world's worst packer. >> stephanie: me too, i show ip and i have a flipper and an earring. melissa fitzgerald is meeting me in d.c. tonight with gowns. and you are figuring out to do the technology -- >> sure. >> she is only one of the throupla that is ahead of the game. >> stephanie: that's right. here is jacki schechner with the news. >> that i can do. as we head to d.c. for inauguration, the president is heading into his second term. the times notes his approval numbers are similar to where george w. bush was going into his second term, but lower than the previous two-term presidents before him. president clinton launched his second term at 60%. the economy is still a tough spot for the president and taxes. after releasin
-size can of whoop ass. >> we're back to jacki does it all days. >> stephanie: yes, clinton is going to spend the day wiping bits of ass off of her shoes. >> can you say ass on current tv >> stephanie: i don't know. here is jacki schechner. >> is there no end to cory booker's heroics? last night he rescued a dog from the freezing cold. the dog was on the street and after returning several times to find the dog still there, a woman tweeted the new york mayor who responded to the scene himself. >> this is brutal weather. >> mayor booker recently announced he may run for senator laudenberg's seat in 2013 but the senator has given no indication that he may retire. a quinnipiac poll out on wednesday shows in booker and laudenberg faced off in 2014 booker would beat him by 21 points. voters cite bowdenberg's age as a person. and vice president biden is going to hold a meeting on plans to curve gun violence. several are planning to attend the round table. we'll be back with more show after the break. we'll see you on the other side. right have, about the "heavy hand of gover
the portola. * but we are going to have barbara, let's see, barbara senich and jackie moray to come up on stage and accept the award on behalf of the portola. (applause) >> nice t-shirt. thank you very much. here is a model of the t-shirt. [laughter] (applause) >> it is the best neighborhood you never heard of. both barbara and i are lifelong members of the neighborhood. i'm still in the same house that i grew up in. and come and see the new four-barrel when we timely get it. we're the only neighborhood that doesn't have a coffee shop. what can i tell you? [laughter] (applause) >> as jackie said, you'll have to come out to the portola to see what's going on. and don't forget to notice our painted pillar there as you drive along 01 >> experiencing technical difficulty; please stand by >> here is the other linda to accept the award on behalf of the group. (applause) >> thank you. my name is linda light haiser and i work with help mclaren park. alioto-pier here to accept the award on behalf of the founders of the organization, the real movers and shakers who couldn't be here tonight, chu
joining us later in this hour. congresswoman jackie speier from california and one of the patriotic millionaires to give us his take on having to pay more taxes after the fiscal cliff legislation has been signed. charlie fink in studio with us as well. and did the president do the right thing in making a smaller deal, a lot smaller deal than he had originally promised? we'll get into that but first... >> other headlines making news on this thursday. we now know how harry reid keeps the fire burning in the fireplace in his capitol hill office with legislative proposals as fuel. politico reports the majority leader threw one stack of fiscal cliff concessions that he got from the president last weekend right into his fireplace and watched them burn. he actually tends to do this a lot instead of using a shredder or a recycling. doesn't necessarily mean he didn't like he was reading. more of a way of stoking the fire. >> if he didn't like what he was reading, he certainly gets a lot of enjoyment out of doing that. >> bill: i
comunitarias serias. >>> ahora hay que darle tiempo al tiempo tenemos a jackie guerrido con la información. >>> así es, jackie guerrido desde los Ángeles. >>> así es, lista con las condiciones del tiempo de costa a costa, en california tuvimos precipitaciones, las más fuertes en la mañana, y todavía tenemos nubosidad y lo que sí que tenemos señores vientos de hasta 40 millas por hora, tenga pendiente que si usted viaja a las montañas se espera un fin de semana en california bastante frío, porque tenemos temperaturas 10 grados por debajo de lo normal y nieve en las montañas, así que la actividad de nieve en el este de texas se va desplazando ,por acá tenemos las líneas de tormentas, no tenemos que descartar la posibilidad de tormentas y tornados en louisiana y memphis, ustedes en chicago con un fuerte porcentaje de posibilidad de lluvias y vientos en ráfagas, mientras tanto para mañana el noreste con lluvias ,pero el fin de semana la gran pregunta es que si estamos en invierno o primavera, porque en nueva york tenemos 60 grados, porciones de las carolinas en los 70 grados,
an las búsquedas para encontrar los restos del otro menor de edad, vamos a los Ángeles con jackie guerrido. >>> hhola. >>> feliz días. >>> así es, bárbara bermudo, pamela silva conde, tenemos condiciones del tiempo que se aproximan al sur bastante complicadasp r el momento sigue frío al norte, al sur, ustedes en el noreste casi en los 50s, calorcito en miami y nosotros en los Ángeles con 71 grados pero miren ustedes la fuerte acción que les comenté las fuertes lluvias para la costa este de texas, miren ustedes el frente de baja presión asociado a otro frente de baja presión en superficie en el golfo de méxico y como resultado tenemos fuerte actividad de tormentas, lluvias en houston, dallas, y louisiana,. así que el patrón del tiempo dura hasta mañana miércoles, donde tenemos el pronóstico de fuerte actividad de vientos, incluso la posibilidad de uno que otro tornado, así que las bandas de lluvia, si usted se pregunta para dónde van al medio oeste, así que ustedes en chicago, tengan presente que necesitan paraguas en mano, pero fuera de eso, los residentes con nu
in the area for public intoxication. let's go to jacky. >> reporter: good morning to you. things are more quiet down here and right now. and as opposed to last night thousands of people down here in the area. as you said some violence did break out. let's take a look from 2 shootings. this is from sky 7 hd the first at 10:30 last night in the fisherman's wharf area and jefferson and mason. that person is expected to be okay. what we're being told is that there are no suspects in custody. the second was near pier 23 around 11:30. there are two separate incidents. both of those injuries are non- life threatening. as you talked about there have been 10 arrests at least 10 for public intoxication here along the embarcadero. you know there were thousands and thousands of people bringing in the new year here. the totals will go up. we're six hours after midnight. it is hard to see what happened here. it is quiet here and things are starting to be cleaned up. >> thank you for the update this morning. >> and violence in sacramento and people were injured in a shooting after a fight in a restauran
jackie guerrido. >>> gracias pamela y amigos. posiblemente no tuvo que trabajar hoy, y si es residente de chicago hace lo que muchos quisieran hacer, quedarse en casita. y tenemos en washington 47 grados. la gran manzana 36. pero vienen cambios, hoy tenemos aviso de heladada desde dakota del norte, hasta el noreste de nueva york. avisos de inundaciÓn hacia el oeste de atlanta debido a esa tormenta invernal que estuvo la afectando. hoy dÍa feriado, muchos descansado en casita, todo bastante tranquilo sobre la costa oeste. lo que tendremos son temperaturas peligrosas desde el norte del paÍs, todo el noreste, y ustedes en la gran manzana, boston, no se descarta la precipitaciÓn de posible precipitaciÓn blanca, algo de nubosidad en el sur de la florida donde las temperaturas estÁ en el rango de los 80 grados. y aquÍ viene la acciÓn entrando en noroeste, y las temperaturas mÍnimas se sienten bajo cero, y especialmente ustedes en chic o chicago, rÁfagas de hasta 30 millas por hora, y nosotros continuamos con mÁs de "primer impacto." >>> gracias, jackie. y sabemos los equipos que jug
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